Stipulated Final Judgment In The Baton Rouge Presbyterian Church Property Case

You may recall we posted on this earlier. This judgment declares that the PCUSA property trust is ineffectual as to this local church’s property by virtue of a stipulated judgment. While not of precedential value, I think this is a good indicator of where Louisiana law is on the subject, which is what I have been saying about Louisiana law since 2003 – Louisiana law is extremely hostile to trusts, and even more so on unrecorded trusts.

Check it out.

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